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10 Jan 2012, 14:26
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I just completed Manhattan percents fractions,decimals question bank. I got 13 correct out of 25. Is it below average performance. I need a score of 590. My Exam is on Feb 25. Please advice

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10 Jan 2012, 14:44
There is no way for us to know what "average" is, or if this performance will get you your desired score. Especially since you are only talking about the FDP problems which does not include many other aspects of this test. Also, we don't know how long you spent on each questions. A huge part of the test is doing problems under timed conditions. Plus, without knowing how your verbal score is (half the test) we can not estimate.

If you'd like to know what your test day score might look like, I would recommend taking one of the Manhattan CAT tests, these tests come with your book and are offered on the Manhattan GMAT Website. And for the most accurate idea of what your test day score will be, I recommend that you take one of the GMATprep tests on the www.mba.com website. Make sure to do it with the AWA, and under timed conditions.

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10 Jan 2012, 20:11
Hai gmatla

Thank you very much for your prompt response. what i would like to know is 13 right answers out of 25 is average or below average. I thought like so many would try Manhattan question bank. so they know average number of right answers when they attempted.

By this weekend , I am going to take 1 official guide test.

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13 Jan 2012, 04:56
TomB wrote:
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I just completed Manhattan percents fractions,decimals question bank. I got 13 correct out of 25. Is it below average performance. I need a score of 590. My Exam is on Feb 25. Please advice

In the actual GMAT, most people will make errors in at least 30%-40% questions. (Of course there are always some geniuses around to botch the statistics). But a thorough understanding of percents, fractions and decimals is very essential. Almost all other sub sections of Quant need you to be very comfortable with these topics. Therefore, I think 13 out of 25 will not do justice. You need to probably review the concepts again.
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14 Jan 2012, 15:22
After review the concepts, should I try question bank again? can you please tell me any strategy that I need to follow.

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14 Jan 2012, 23:31
TomB wrote:
After review the concepts, should I try question bank again? can you please tell me any strategy that I need to follow.

You can review the questions you answered incorrectly again just to ensure that you are good with the concepts.
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